Architect director Antonio Camara first joined Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes in 2011 after his studies in architecture. He then worked for the Austrian firm Coop Himmelb(l)au, renowned for architectural experimentation, which greatly influenced his practice and strenghtened his conceptual abilities to think architecture beyond convention. Since returning with the firm in 2018 and being promoted to Director in 2021, he is involved in architectural competitions and major transportation and healthcare projects, such as the REM station at Montréal-Trudeau International Airport and the Mother-Child and Emergency Centre at the Fleurimont Hospital in Sherbrooke.
Recipient of various prizes and grants in architecture, his creativity and his involvement in international competitions make him stand out. Through his collaboration within Canadian and international teams he has acquired a diversified experience on a technical, conceptual and cultural level. Combining aesthetics, experimentation and human interaction, his conceptual approach consists in weaving a positive emotional link between architecture and the living.